Students happy with law school experience, with caveats

, The National Law Journal

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Legal education may be grappling with some problems, but the vast majority of law students are satisfied with their experience, according to the 2011 Law School Survey of Student Engagement.

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  • Norberto A. Garcia

    A study financed and conducted by the Association of American Law Schools states that current law school grads are satisfied with their law school experience? Really? We can just accept this as a news item?

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